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Table Of Contents - University
Table Of Contents
Cal State L.A. Academic Calendar............................................ 1
Cal State L.A. Map Key & Map.............................................2-3
Faculty / Staff Informal Advisors ..............................................4
Assistance on Campus............................................................5
Clubs and Organizations ........................................................ 6
Raza Grad Information............................................................7
Scholorships for Minority Students.......................................8
Pictures of the Center.........................................................9
Contact Information...........................................................10
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Cal State L.A. Academic Calendar • 2015 - 2016
FALL
QUARTER
2015
November 28-30
Thanksgiving holidays; campus
closed
WINTER
QUARTER
2016
January 20
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday; campus closed
SPRING
QUARTER
2016
May 26
Memorial Day; campus closed
September 26
November 11
Fall quarter; classes begin
Veteran’s Day; campus closed
December 9-14
December 15 January 5
Final examinations
January 1
Student recess
January 6
New Year’s Day; campus closed
Winter quarter; classes begin
March 17-22
March 23-31
Final examinations
March 31
Student recess
April 1
Cesar Chavez Day observed;
campus closed
Spring quarter; classes begin
June 9-14
June 13-14
Final examinations
Commencement
June 15-22
Commencement
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Cal State L.A. Campus Map
MARIONDALE
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VALLEY BOULEVARD
PASEO RANCHO CASTILLA
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Anna Bing
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Children’s
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Gymnasium/
Physical
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Reeder Field
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Lot 9
48
Hydrogen
Fuel Station
27A
Simpson
Tower
15
15A
Salazar Hall
Public
Safety/
Parking
Services
23
Corp Yard
RIVE
IRCLE D
18
Jesse Owens
Track and
Field
Tennis
Courts
Basketball
Courts
Lot 11
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University
Transit Center
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Emergency Phones
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Engineering and
Technology
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Hertzberg-Davis
Forensic Science
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Biological
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Lot 7
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Kennedy
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Music
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Student
Housing
2A
8A
Administration
12
Physical
Sciences
26
Marc and
Eva Stern
Math and
Science
School
Lot 6
1
Student Affairs
Information
Kiosk
Welcome
Center
1A
5
UniversityStudent
Union
6
The
Golden
Eagle
Los Angeles
(LA)
Parking
Structure
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CIR
710
29A
34
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LACHSA
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San Bernar
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Clery Reporting Areas
Campus Boundary
Residence Community
Public Property
Non-Campus
Monterey Park
(MP)
Cal State L.A. Campus Map
Administration..................................................................8
Luckman Gallery..........................................................29A
Anna Bing Arnold Children’s Center.........................30
Luckman Theatre............................................................29
Applied Gerontology Institute......................................15
Marc and Eva Stern Math and Science School........26
Arena Theatre.................................................................2A
Music...................................................................................2
Biological Sciences..........................................................13
Music Hall........................................................................1A
Bungalows......................................................L, Q, T, W, X
NASA SPACE Lab.........................................................11A
Career Center....................................................................17
Physical Sciences.............................................................12
Corporation Yard............................................................23
Physical Science............................................................12A
Dreamers Resource Center.............................................8
Public Safety/Parking Services....................................46
Engineering and Technology........................................11
Reeder Field (Baseball) 24...........................................24
Fine Arts.............................................................................9
Salazar Hall 15A............................................................15A
Fine Arts Gallery.............................................................9A
Sciences Complex (Wing A, Wing B).........................27
Golden Eagle (Bookstore)
Simpson Tower.................................................................15
Conference Center, Food Court)...................................6
Student Affairs (Admissions).......................................8A
Gymnasium (Eagles Nest)............................................10
Student Health Center....................................................14
Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center................43
Student Housing Complex
Hydrogen Fuel Station...................................................48
Phase I...............................................................................34
Intimate Theatre..........................................................29B
Phase II.............................................................................36
Jesse Owens Track and Field.......................................18
Theatre (State Playhouse)...............................................1
Kennedy Library................................................................7
University Police...............................................................C
King Hall.............................................................................3
University-Student Union...............................................5
King Hall Lecture Halls I, II........................................3A
LACHSA...........................................................................20
Refer to Campus Map on the Following Page.
Los Angeles County High School
for the Arts (LACHSA)..................................................7A
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Faculty / Staff Informal Advisors
Creating a bridge of communication between faculty and students is critical, and
building bonds with the scholars on our campus brings about a plethora of opportunities.
Take advantage of the opportunity, faculty and staff are here to help us!
Luz Borjon
Enrique C. Ochoa
Coordinator, Dreamers Rseource Center
[email protected]
Student Affairs 211
323.343.6426
Director of Latin America Studies
Professor of History
[email protected]
King Hall C3095
323.343.2182
Roberto Cantú
Professor, Chicano Studies Department
[email protected]
King Hall B3023
Francisco Cornelio
Recruitment Specialist
Office of Outreach and Recruitment
[email protected]
323.343.3127
Dionne Espinoza, PhD
Associate Professor, Chicano Studies, Liberal Studies,
& Women’s and Gender Studies
[email protected]
King Hall C4035
323.343.5348
Ester Hernández
Associate Professor, Chicano Studies
[email protected]
King Hall C4035
323.343.5349
Alejandra Marchevsky, PhD
Department of Liberal Studies
Program in Women’s and Gender Studies
Engineering & Technology 411
[email protected]
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Heidi Riggio
Assistant Professor of Psychology
[email protected]
King Hall D3083
323.343.5617
Michael Soldatenko
Chair Chicano Studies
[email protected]
King Hall C4069
323.343.2197
Valeria Talavera-Bustillos
Assistant Professor of Chicano Studies
[email protected]
King Hall B3023
323.343.2197
Thea Monyee Winkler, LMFT
Coordinator Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
Cross Cultural Centers
323.343.3371
Assistance on Campus
Cal State L.A. provides plenty of places to lead students into the right path. Below you
will find a list of places that may aid you if ever you find yourself in need of assistance
in regards to areas of academia and or student life issues.
Athletics Department
Physical Education 110
323.343.3o80
Career Development Center
Career Center
323.343.3237
•John F. Kennedy
Memorial Library
North 1st Floor
323.343.4927
Student Affairs 115
323.343.3140
•Student Support Programs
Student Book M art
Palmer Wing 1040C
323.343.3965
1725 North Eastern Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90032
323.262.5511
Educational Opportunity
Program (EOP)
•Tutorial Center
Student Affairs 215
323. 343.4367
Palmer wing 1062
323.343.3971
Educational (Teacher
Credential Program)
•Writing Center
King Hall D2078
323.343.4342
Office for students with
Disabilities (OSD)
Palmer Wing 2097
323.343.5350
Student Health Center
Health Center
323.343.3301
Undeclared Major Department
Library, Palmer wing 1040A
323.343.3 150
Financial Aid Center
Natural and Social Science
Department
University Bookstore
Student Affairs 124
323.343.6260
King Hall D1044
323.343.4689
Golden Eagle 1st floor
323.343.2500
Health and Human Services
Open Access L abs
•Annex Link (Simon Tower)
University Police
Fine Arts 238
323.343.55oo
Information Technology
Services (ITs)
Help Desk Lobby of the Library
Palmer wing
(NIs Account Information)
323.343.6170
Library
•Academic Advisement
Center
Palmer Wing 1040A
323.343.3150
Simpson Tower Annex E191
BLDG C
323.343.3700
•ECST Link
Engineering & Technology
C 255
•King Hall Link
King Hall Basement D151
•Library Link Library
Palmer Wing 1039A
•Salazar Hall Link
Salazar Hall SH C358
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Clubs & Organizations
Campus involvement is critical and definitely something you as [email protected]/[email protected]
students should look into. Active participation outside of academics provides students
with the opportunity to grow and gain amazing skills in college! Below are some
Chicana/o Latina/o Student organizations that are active on campus. Please feel free
to contact them for further information in regards to their membership; there is an
organization for everyone!
*L atin A merican Society (las)
To promote the understanding and appreciation of
countries that make up Latin America.
[email protected]
*Mujeres Activas en Letras Y Cambio Social
(malcs)
To work toward the support, education, and
dissemination of Chicana/Latina and Native
American women’s issues.
[email protected]
*M.E.Ch.A.
To provide a vehicle for Chicanos/Latinos
students by which they may organize in a
democratic alliance for individual and group
improvement. [email protected]
*Union Salvadorena de Estudiantes Universitatrios
Empowers the Salvadorian community through
the promotion of higher education.
[email protected]
*Hispanic Business Society
HBS was established with the purpose of
improving the lives of CSULA students by
encouraging the development of well-trained
leaders and professional skills leading to
successful careers.
[email protected]
*Students United to Reach Goals in Education
Students United (to) Reach Goals (in) Education
provides Cal State Los Angeles students and those
who are AB540 (non-residents exempt from out
of state tuition) informational resources to guide
them in their educational goals and struggle.
[email protected]
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*Yectli Folklorico Dance Troupe
Yectli Folklorico Dance Troupe of CSULA exists
to make the student body aware of the culture of
Mexico through dance in its different regions. The
mission is also to encourage any member of the
student body to partake in the dance troupe and
represent CSULA through the culture of Mexican
Folkloric dances.
[email protected]
*Hermanas Unidas
To reach out to the Latina/o Community and
provide resources as well as a family networking
system through the avenues provided by the three
pillars of Hermanas Unidas: academics, community
service, and social networking.
[email protected]
*Hermanos Unidos
Establishes a brotherhood that upholds the oath
of our national organization, Hermanos Unidos.
Establish an existing family recognized by the
national board of our hermandad. Our mission
is to provide students with tools and support
necessary for success in college and professional
fields through the bond of brotherhood.
[email protected]
Raza Grad Information
Will you be Graduating soon?
Would you like an intimate ceremony?
Would you like to shine on your special day?
Would you like to plan your special day for graduates?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then...
RAZA GRAD es PARARA TI. Invite up to
10 guests. Don’t delay! Space is limited. The
spaces are first-come first serve. Only 100
students will be accepted to be part of this
celebration so mark your calendars.
The Fee will cover:
• Graduate Celebration Sash
• Graduation Celebration Annual
book including your picture,
acknowledgements (guests will receive
the book as well)
• Certificate of Achievement
• 10 Tickets
Price, date, and time will TBA. If you would
like more information, or would like to be
part of the committee, please e-mail
Congratulations y Que
sigan ADELANTE!
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Scholarships for Minority Students
WWW.CHCI.ORG
Provides their own scholarships application and
offers several links to scholarship engines.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
1. CHIRLA
WWW.FASTWEB.COM
Provides a free scholarship search service which
does an excellent job of screening so you will only
receive information on those scholarships whose
requirements you actually meet.
2. The Wall- Las Memorias Project
3. Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Inc.
4. HolaMujer.com & Your Future-education
WWW.PETERSONS.COM
Provides a list of scholarships.
5. Latin American Educational Foundation (LAEF)
HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS
6. League of United Latin American Citizens
National Education Service Centers (LULAC)
For Hispanic students enrolled at two or fouryear institution: type key words “Hispanic
Scholarship Fund” on search engine.
JACKIE ROBINSON
FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
8. U.S. Department of Education
For minority students accepted to a four-year college
and with demonstrated academic achievement and
financial need: www.jackierobinson.org
9. U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)
HISPANIC ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES
AND UNIVERSITIES (HACU)
An organization dedicated to promoting the
development of Hispanic-serving institutions, for
information log on to http://www.hacu.net/.
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF
LA RAZA (NCLR)
Please visit: http://www.nclr.org
ASPIRA
An association of community-based organization
that provides leadership. Development, and
educational services to Latinos: www.aspira.org
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7. National Society of Hispanic MBA’s (NSHMBA)
10. White House Initiative on Educational
Excellence for Hispanic Americans
Pictures of the Center
Dia De Los Muertos 2014
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Contact Information
Chicana /o L atina /o Student Resource Center
Cross Cultural Centers
University-Student Union , 2nd Floor, Room 206
323.343.5001
California State University, Los Angeles
www.calstatela .edu/usu/clsrc
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